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POP3 asking for domain - 13.Jul.2011 3:26:24 PM   
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Hi,

Recently I installed a new backend server in an echange 2003 structure. We got a frontend and 2 backends; the second backend crashed time ago due to hardware failure. This new back end will serve to migrate users mailboxes from the backend that remians in functions.

I got a weird problem, If I create a new user, with mailbox in the new backend everything is ok. If I create a new user with the mialbox in the old backend and then move the mailbox to the new backend everything is ok.... but... if I move an old, long time existing mailbox ( with information from a user) to the new backend, the pop3 configuration in the Outlook rejects the acces due to "unkwnown username or bad password". The OWA access is ok.

Cheking the error messages I found the pop3 is asking for "domain". If you type domain/username in the pop3 config of the Outllok it works fine.

Why this new backend is asking for domain?? If I move the mailbox again to the old backend server there is no need to use the domain in the username to login.

Can anyone help me with this?

Thanks in advance
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